Forestry publishes refereed papers on all aspects of research, practice and policy that promote the sustainable development of forests, woodlands and trees. In considering suitability for publication attention is given to both the originality of contributions and their practical application. Preference is usually given to work undertaken in the temperate and/or boreal zones; only articles of exceptional merit from tropical zones will also be considered.
Content from latest issue
- The benefits and hazards of exploiting vegetative regeneration for forest conservation management in a warming world
- Distribution, impact and rate of spread of emerald ash borer Agrilus planipennis (Coleoptera: Buprestidae) in the Moscow region of Russia
- Interaction of gusts and forest edges - an experimental wind-tunnel study
- Site conditions have an impact on compensation payments for the loss of tree species in mixed forests
- Are biotic disturbance agents challenging basic tenets of growth and yield and sustainable forest management?
- Maintaining mid-tolerant tree species with uneven-aged forest management: 9-year results from a novel group-selection experiment
- Labile soil organic carbon and microbial activity in three subtropical plantations
- Assessing costs of multifunctional NATURA 2000 management restrictions in continuous cover beech forest management
- Prediction of tree-size distributions and inventory variables from cumulants of canopy height distributions